The Loser List #2: Revenge of the Loser by H N KowittThe Loser List #2: Revenge of the Loser by H N Kowitt

The Loser List #2: Revenge of the Loser

byH N Kowitt

Hardcover | May 1, 2012

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Danny Shine is off The Loser List and out for REVENGE.

Danny Shine might have gotten his name off the Loser List in the girls' bathroom, but he's still got problems-like the new kid, Ty Randall. Ty seems perfect: handsome, serious, committed to worthy causes-everything Danny's not. Will out-of-control jealousy wreck Danny's life, or can he undo the damage before it's too late?

All the highs and lows of middle school are brought hilariously to life in this notebook-style novel, full of drawings, charts, and Danny's unique take on seventh grade.

H.N. KOWITT has written more than forty books for younger readers, including The Loser List, Dracula's Decomposition Book, and The Sweetheart Deal. She lives in New York City, where she enjoys cycling, flea markets, and gardening on her fire escape. You can find her online at
Title:The Loser List #2: Revenge of the LoserFormat:HardcoverDimensions:240 pages, 8.28 × 5.68 × 0.81 inPublished:May 1, 2012Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0545399262

ISBN - 13:9780545399265


Editorial Reviews

Praise for The Loser List #2: Revenge of the Loser"Danny's lively, humorous journal-like narrative, which is interspersed with his cartoons, incorporates issues ranging from insecurity and jealousy to appreciating others. An entertaining school-centric read that's ideal for reluctant readers and comic-book fans." -Booklist"An easy read with a good heart; fans of the first will respond well again." -Kirkus"Written in the same style as the "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" books (Abrams), this title will definitely appeal to reluctant readers. However, unlike Greg Heffley, Danny is much more self-aware and truly learns from his mistakes...the book's positive message will strike a chord with many readers." -School Library JournalPraise for The Loser ListParents' Choice Recommended Seal Award Winner, 2011"I would give this novel a five out of five star rating because of the wonderful layout, excellent word choice and great use of pictures. I would recommend this novel to anyone nine to 13 years of age. Lots of dialogue, strong description, detailed characters and settings made this novel a terrific read." -The National Post, review by Cole Cobbledick (age 13)"A story with humour reminiscent of Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, in which Danny gets himself removed from the Loser List, only to get duped into committing a crime." -Today's Parent"The design of Kowitt's story ought to attract Wimpy Kid fans, and the book's 'be yourself' message makes it a more earnest alternative." -Publishers Weekly"Danny's humorous line drawings help tell the story, making this a fun and accessible book for reluctant readers and comics fans. Danny is a genuinely likable character whose reactions are understandable, and readers will empathize with him as his dilemma snowballs, cheering at his final triumph." -Booklist